Christopher Bloedel

    cbloedel@air-inc.com
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    Christopher rejoined AIRINC in June 2019 (he previously was with the company from 2011 to 2014) as a Relationship Manager and is responsible for engaging and consulting with clients regarding global compensation issues. Prior to AIRINC, he worked for over 20 years in the mobility industry with consulting and relocation management companies in various research, account management, and business development roles. His experience includes mobility policy review and consultation for various Fortune 500 companies as well as active roles in national and regional mobility groups such as Worldwide ERC and the Midwest Relocation Council. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Parkside and works out of his home office in Wisconsin.

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    Domestic Lump Sums as a Relocation Benefit

    Apr 29, 2020 @ 10:15 AM / by Christopher Bloedel

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    What is the best solution for your company: full-service relocation, lump sum amount, or a hybrid approach? It’s a hotly debated topic within corporate relocation programs and is discussed at almost every industry event. Companies must weigh their budget against the level of support they are willing to provide transferees. There’s no easy answer, no one-size-fits-all.

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    When can a domestic COLA enhance your relocation program?

    Apr 15, 2020 @ 03:16 PM / by Christopher Bloedel

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    Worldwide ERC has consistently cited high cost-of-living as one of the main reasons why employees are reluctant to relocate. This issue can have real consequences on your company’s ability to recruit and retain talent in a highly competitive labor market. You may be addressing cost differences in your global assignments, but what about in your domestic relocation program?

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    My first week back: The excitement of ‘coming home’ to AIRINC!

    Jun 25, 2019 @ 03:00 PM / by Christopher Bloedel

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    Our careers often take us in different directions but this week I returned to AIRINC to develop new client relationships within the Midwest. Having been away for the last five years in the relocation management sales world, I visited a new Cambridge, MA office with many new faces, but I found the same dedication to clients and quality products that has fostered AIRINC’s reputation as industry thought leaders for over sixty-five years.

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